A research team from ETH Zurich used 3D-printed moulds to make the skeletal framework for this all-concrete boat, which won first prize for design innovation at the Concrete Canoe Regatta. Read more
the advantage of this physical interface is that the user can design in a intuitive and personalized way.
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for the fabrication of this canoe’s skeleton, a submillimetre thin plastic formwork was 3D printed and cast in ultra-high-performance fibre-reinforced concrete.
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‘hue’ relies on 3D printing to vary the color, transparency, and rigidity of the material.
this eight part fully functioning 3D printed camera brings together the features of high-end and discontinued cameras into one device, the cycloptic mustard monster.
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A skyscraper 3D prints modular homes and dispenses them like a vending machine in the latest instalment of our Dezeen x MINI Living Initiative video series. Read more
influenced by the beauty of pollen grains as seen under a microscope, the shapes were magnified and 3D-printed with nylon powder to create mesmerizing effects in different spaces.
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turning the 3D-printing focus away from plastics to a more sustainable material, the clayXYZ desktop 3D printer prormises to be revolutionary for ceramicists.
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the collections combine architectural typologies with the designer’s endearing love for one particular creature.
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an undergraduate at new jersey institute of technology creates his own plastic braces using a 3D printer and $60 worth of materials — and they actually worked.
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set within la triennale di milano, the show highlights the brand’s yet philosophy, aiming to push the boundaries of creativity.
A team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a 3D printing method that is considerably faster and can work at a much larger scale than current processes. Read more